1. Obturator sign pain on outward pressure on the Obturator foramen as a sign of inflammation in the sheath of the Obturator nerve, probably caused by appendicitis.
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2. Definition of Obturator : something (such as a prosthetic device) that closes or blocks up an opening (such as a fissure in the palate) First Known Use of Obturator circa 1741, in the meaning …
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3. An Obturator is part of a tracheostomy tube, which has three types and different parts; the outer cannula with neck plate, inner cannula and Obturator, which is used to insert a tracheostomy tube
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4. The Obturator fits inside the tube and provides a smooth surface for the tracheostomy to go through.
5. Obturator sign pain on outward pressure on the Obturator foramen as a sign of inflammation in the sheath of the Obturator nerve, probably caused by appendicitis.
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6. Rehabilitation The Obturator nerve is a major peripheral nerve in your thigh. It's responsible for some leg movements (motor function) as well as sensation (sensory function)
7. The Obturator is a thin, curved piece of rigid plastic or rubber that is inserted into the tracheostomy tube
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8. Obturator internus muscle (Musculus Obturator internus) Obturator internus is a bilateral triangular-shaped muscle situated deep within both the pelvic and gluteal regions.This muscle is primarily considered a muscle of the lower limb.Together with the piriformis, quadratus femoris, superior gemellus and inferior gemellus muscles, it comprises the deep layer of muscles of the gluteal region
9. Obturator sign Obturator sign also known as Cope’s Obturator test, is an indicator of irritation to the Obturator internus muscle 1)
10. The technique for detecting the Obturator sign, called the Obturator test, is carried out on each leg in succession
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11. The Obturator sign is an indicator of irritation to the Obturator internus muscle
12. The technique for detecting the Obturator sign, called the Obturator test, is carried out on each leg in succession
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13. Obturator neuralgia is an uncommon cause of medial thigh pain that does not extend below the knee and occurs most often after trauma
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14. Pelvic fractures, gunshot wounds, and occasionally childbirth have been implicated in the evolution of Obturator neuralgia.
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15. Obturator - a prosthesis used to close an opening (as to close an opening of the hard palate in cases of cleft palate) prosthesis, prosthetic device - corrective …
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16. Obturator ring, a part in early aircraft engines Obturating ring, used particularly in artillery to form a seal when pressure is applied ‹ The template below (Disambiguation) is being considered for merging
17. Get Obturator denture now! Reduce the dental complexity of oral cancer treated as a surgical Obturator prosthesis by our specialist prosthodontic Dr
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18. Obturator externus muscle (Musculus Obturator externus) Obturator externus muscle is a flat, triangular, paired muscle of the gluteal region
19. It is found on the anterior aspect of the Obturator foramen, attached to the Obturator membrane and the adjacent margin of the Obturator foramen
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20. The Obturator externus performs a few different actions.
21. The Obturator membrane is a fibrous sheet that is found inside each of the bottom circles formed by the pubis and ischium, which are bones of the lower pelvis
22. My Obturator covers the roof of my mouth, and I have to clean it every time I eat anything because sturff gets stuck in it and makes it uncomfortable
23. Pertaining to that which closes or stops up, as an Obturator membrane
24. The Obturator foramen is an opening in the pelvis created by the ischium and pubis bones
25. The foramen itself is covered by a quadrella musculoaponeurotic membrane – the Obturator membrane
26. The neurovascular bundle (Obturator artery, vein, and nerve) pierces this membrane anterosuperiorly, then passes through the Obturator canal.
27. Obturator The Obturator notch is almost closed, and the ischial shaft is much thicker than in hadrosaurines
28. From the Cambridge English Corpus Many curious forms of Obturator or artificial …
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29. The Obturator Internus (Or OI, as they are known by friends) is a muscle that lives inside your pelvis in the Obturator foramen and attaches to the hip via the greater trochanter
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30. The Obturator internus is one of six muscles that externally and internally rotates your hip joints
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31. The Obturator internus stretches from the lower, posterior part …
32. The Obturator nerve is formed from the lumbar plexus
33. After its formation, the Obturator nerve descends through the fibres of the psoas major and emerges from its medial border
34. It then travels posteriorly to the common iliac arteries and laterally along the pelvic wall – towards the Obturator foramen of the
35. Introduction: Maxillary defects are usually rehabilitated by a prosthetic Obturator
36. Objective: This study aimed to evaluate the functioning of Obturators prosthesis in patients with unilateral defects after maxillectomy
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37. INTRODUCTION Obturator is a prosthesis used to close a congenital or acquired tissue opening,primarily of the hard palate &/or contiguous alveolar structures.Prosthetic restoration of defect often includes use of a surgical Obturator,interim Obturator & definitive Obturator.-GPT
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38. My final Obturator has 5 replacement teeth on the right side - 2 front teeth, canine, and 2 molars
39. The Obturator covers the whole roof of my mouth, including 3 teeth on the left side in order to balance my bite
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40. ‘The Obturator artery is very variable in origin and no embryological explanation has been found.’ ‘The femoral, lateral cutaneous, and Obturator nerves exit from the lumbar plexus.’ ‘The Obturator nerve is located in the fascia directly under the pubic bone.’
41. The Obturator internus (OI) is a hip muscle that originates deep within the pelvis, wraps out and inserts on the posterior aspect of the head of the femur (the thigh bone)
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42. DEFINITION The name Obturator is derived from the latin verb “obturare” which means close or to shut off
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43. According to the glossary of prosthodontic terms Obturator is defined as prosthesis used to close a congenital or a acquired tissue opening, primarily of hard palate and or contigious alveolar structures
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44. The Obturator externus muscle covers the outer surface of the pelvis
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45. Because the Obturator internus has fascial connections onto the pelvic floor muscles and this fascia also helps to create Alcock’s canal (which houses the pudendal nerve, artery and vein) this technique helps to relieve symptoms of overactive pelvic floor, pudendal nerve irritation, sexual pain, and bladder symptoms.
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46. We report 32 cases of a previously undescribed condition in athletes of "Obturator neuropathy," a fascial entrapment of …
47. The Obturator sign can indicate if a patient has an inflamed appendix
48. ‘The Obturator artery is very variable in origin and no embryological explanation has been found.’ ‘The femoral, lateral cutaneous, and Obturator nerves exit from the lumbar plexus.’ ‘The Obturator nerve is located in the fascia directly under the pubic bone.’
49. [USPRwire, Wed Aug 07 2019] The esophageal Obturatorairway kit is generally used in the management of cardiopulmonary arrest that obstructs the esophagus while simultaneously ventilating the lungs
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50. Impact of Existing and Emerging Esophageal Obturator Airway Kit Market Trends and Forecast 2018 to 2
51. Origin: Internal surface of Obturator membrane and posterior bony margins of Obturator foramen Insertion: Medial surface of greater trochanter of femur, in common with superior and inferior gemelli Action: Rotates the thigh laterally; also helps abduct the thigh when it is flexed Innervation: Nerve to the Obturator internus and superior gemellus -- a branch of the sacral plexus (L5, S1)
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52. Obturator sign synonyms, Obturator sign pronunciation, Obturator sign translation, English dictionary definition of Obturator sign
53. Serving as an Obturator; closing an opening; pertaining to, or in the region of, the Obturator foramen; as, the Obturator nerve.
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54. Obturator[′äb·tə‚rād·ər] (anatomy) Pertaining to that which closes or stops up, as an Obturator membrane
55. (ordnance) Assembly of steel spindle, mushroom head, Obturator rings
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Definition of obturator. : something (such as a prosthetic device) that closes or blocks up an opening (such as a fissure in the palate)
When part of the abdominal wall pushes through the obturator foramen, it is called an obturator Hernia. This type of hernia is extremely rare, very difficult to diagnose, and is most common in women older than 70 who have recently lost a significant amount of weight. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and possibly abdominal pain.
Obturator veins Obturator veins are located in the pelvis, near the back of the thigh. They are a collection point for veins that drain blood from the lower back as well as the hips. They, in turn, drain into the internal iliac vein , which is located deep within the pelvis and extends to the lower abdomen.
[edit on Wikidata] The obturator foramen (Latin foramen obturatum) is the large opening created by the ischium and pubis bones of the pelvis through which nerves and blood vessels pass.